A collection of articles, as we post them, covering what we observe (and have time to post about) as this summer progresses
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Tuesday, January 3 2017
Victoria saw what seems to be the lowest ever* level of electricity demand early on Monday 2nd January 2017
Saturday, July 18 2020
My participation in yesterday’s session about ‘Energy Technology – performing under (heat) stress’, organised by the Australian Institute of Energy, was an opportunity to reflect on what I saw as the Four Headline Events that gave example to a great many challenges we will have to grapple with as this energy (and climate) transition gathers pace.
Wednesday, February 24 2016
NSW demand rises (somewhat) today
Friday, May 17 2013
Why are we completing this extensive review of what happened over a very volatile summer in QLD – and why, and what the future implications might be?
Why are we investing significant time in completing this review of what was remarkable price volatility in QLD over summer? We’re primarily a software company that develops shrink-wrapped products used by about 100 market participants, spectators and commentators.